Faced with an embarrassing defeat to Joe Biden, Trump and his campaign had orchestrated a nationwide effort to challenge the loss in court, lying and citing conspiracy theories about fraud. Eventually, they summoned a mob to Washington, D.C., that attacked Congress in an unsuccessful effort to overturn the election results.
Washoe County is a crucial battleground county in Nevada, which polling suggests could emerge as a battleground state in the 2024 presidential contest. It has also been a hotbed of election denialism — a movement bankrolled by a charismatic local Trump supporter.
Carefree Town Council candidates answer Q&A questions on issues related to the upcoming election, which will be July 30. Here's how they answered.
Conservative groups are systematically attempting to challenge large numbers of voter registrations across the country before the presidential election
The highly-watched Cook Political Report's current polling average shows Trump topping Biden by three points, 47% to 44%.
After Whitmer, a Democrat, signed the bill on Monday, social media users misrepresented what it will mean for the ability to obtain recounts.
The first campaign to use advertising and slogans was William Henry Harrison in 1840 who used, “Tippecanoe and Tyler, Too!” The slogan referred to Harrison’s status as a war hero in the 1811 Tecumseh’s War and his running mate John Tyler. Harrison won in a landslide.
Andy Kroll, ProPublica, and Nick Surgey, Documented ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. A network of ultrawealthy Christian donors is spending nearly $12 million to mobilize Republican-leaning voters and purge more than a million people from the rolls in key swing states,
A “war game” presented at the right-wing foundation imagined far-fetched scenarios for election interference to justify preemptive measures.
Nevertheless, in the same New York Times article where he issues a glum forecast for Biden based on polls, chief political analyst Nate Cohn acknowledges the polls from the 2020 election were "terrible,